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Dutchman
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Posted - 10/30/2017 :  5:24:36 PM  Show Profile
Our Photo Gallery for November will feature models that are comprised primarily of wood and/or paper. Never fear if your favorite mediums are metal, styrene or plaster, your turn will come!

Since I'm on the road tomorrow, I'm opening this Gallery a day early, but I'll leave the October Gallery open for the next day or two as well.

So post away!
Bruce

Modeling the railroads of the Jersey Highlands in HO and the logging railroads of Pennsylvania in HOn3

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UKGuy
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  05:16:57 AM  Show Profile  Visit UKGuy's Homepage  Send UKGuy a Yahoo! Message
Very old build 'in progress' shot...
Individual paper shingles. Individual paper clapboards. Scratch built wood doors, windows and deck/dock.



Build thread...
http://railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=28302

Karl.A



Edited by - UKGuy on 11/01/2017 05:20:21 AM

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Dutchman
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  08:03:30 AM  Show Profile
An O-Scale wood and paper scratch build. The siding is colored in Mike C's favorite craft paint color: "Indian Red".





Bruce

Modeling the railroads of the Jersey Highlands in HO and the logging railroads of Pennsylvania in HOn3

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Philip
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  09:26:27 AM  Show Profile
Modified Campbell # 127 freight Storage. Sub roof is cardstock.




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desertdrover
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  09:36:17 AM  Show Profile
Here is a fun scratch built shack using wood, black construction paper on siding & roofing, and paper brick work on foundation footings. Build here; http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=35817




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Guff
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  10:38:04 AM  Show Profile
1/29 scale version of FOS Ideal Hosiery building.
Foam core walls with paper siding.




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Guff
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  10:48:42 AM  Show Profile
1/29 scale version of Saulenas Tavern by Bar Mills converted into a grocery store.
Scratch built with foam core, paper siding strips and strip wood.




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ed k
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  2:44:16 PM  Show Profile
If you are good it does not matter.
ed



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railphotog
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  4:23:09 PM  Show Profile  Visit railphotog's Homepage
My HO scale engine house, made with scribed wood and painted "tar paper" siding.







Bob Boudreau
My model railroad photography website:
http://sites.google.com/site/railphotog/

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desertdrover
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Posted - 11/01/2017 :  6:01:09 PM  Show Profile
L&R Track crew shed made all from strip wood, and Kleenex brand tissue with black paint for tar paper roofing.






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Dutchman
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Posted - 11/02/2017 :  09:39:27 AM  Show Profile
Scratch built HO Scale shed - primarily wood and paper.




Bruce

Modeling the railroads of the Jersey Highlands in HO and the logging railroads of Pennsylvania in HOn3

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Terrell
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Posted - 11/02/2017 :  5:30:32 PM  Show Profile
I believe my first experiment with using paper as a modeling medium was this four store front. I like to start small and work my way up. The bricks were made from acrylic canvas ( a heavy stock paper with a texture). Each brick cut and laid one at a time on black foam board. Most of the trim and doors are made from wood. And of course there's wood dowels used for keeping anything from bowing.







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quartergauger48
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Posted - 11/02/2017 :  10:15:32 PM  Show Profile
You know Fred, generally, one can distinguish paper from the standard modeling materials. However, not in this case. That is a great set of structures and an excellent scene'..



Ted

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Dutchman
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Posted - 11/03/2017 :  08:54:48 AM  Show Profile
Small wood shed with tar paper roofing. (HO Scale)




Bruce

Modeling the railroads of the Jersey Highlands in HO and the logging railroads of Pennsylvania in HOn3

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Terrell
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Posted - 11/03/2017 :  6:20:40 PM  Show Profile
Thanks, Ted !

This was made cutting individual cinderblocks from cardstock applied to black foamboard. The windows and doors are wood.







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Frank Palmer
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Posted - 11/04/2017 :  09:08:07 AM  Show Profile  Visit Frank Palmer's Homepage
That's some pretty impressive paper buildings, good work guys.


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